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On May 21st at 10am Pacific time, Microsoft will unveil its next-generation Xbox console. And if this article were titled "What we know for sure about the next Xbox," we could end it here. Microsoft has been very tight-lipped about the successor to the Xbox 360, but that's about to change.
Sony is trying to steal some of Microsoft's thunder by offering a few fleeting glimpses of the Playstation 4 hardware on the eve of a Microsoft Xbox event.
After a decade of double-digit growth, India's offshore IT outsourcing leaders must shift strategies if they want to continue to dominate in technology services as growth slows in a maturing market. Here are six things Indian outsourcers need to do to grow.
While Yahoo's acquisition of blogging site Tumblr will make a handful of people very happy, others are not convinced. Here's how to import your posts from Tumblr to WordPress.
The Red Cross is using apps to help warn people about potential weather calamities. One of its more popular efforts is its new Tornado app.
Hard drives are classic bottlenecks, and they definitely slow down computers. But whether you can significantly open up that bottleneck depends on the speed of your current drive, how many available drive bays you have, how much storage space you need, and how much money you're willing to spend.
Few phenomena have been so widely discussed yet remain so puzzling as the world of Bitcoins. Businesses galore are now asking themselves whether Bitcoin is something they need to take seriously, even though most have absolutely no idea what it is.
Even though it's totally against Glass's terms of service, a brave citizen of the San Francisco metro area is selling the product.
This weekend, 18-year-old Eesha Khare won a scholarship for her battery that can fully charge a smartphone in less than 30 seconds.
As the IT infrastructure manager at Digital Intelligence Systems LLC (DISYS), an IT solutions company, I recently initiated the build-out of a virtual desktop infrastructure (VDI) to support our large mobile workforce, and learned some important lessons along the way that may help smooth the way for your VDI rollout.